Position: Lead Bumble Bee Breeding Technician, Wildlife Preservation Canada Project: Native Pollinator Initiative Location: Based in southern Ontario. The position will require regular commuting to work on property of African Lion Safari in Cambridge, Ontario Type of position: Full-time (37.5 hours /week) Duration: March 1 – October 28, 2022, with possibility of extension Rate of pay: $16-18 /hour depending on experience, plus 4% vacation pay Hours of work: Exact schedule is flexible to meet the needs of the project. Some evening and weekend work will be required, particularly in the spring and summer

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Wildlife Preservation Canada’s (WPC) Native Pollinator Initiative is seeking a Lead Bumble Bee Breeding Technician to assist with activiti

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